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Jane Maxwell: Flux

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Jane Maxwell explores the multidimensional woman in her paintings and cut aluminum and plexiglass sculptures. Using aged movie posters, produce crate labels and advertising signs, which are then sanded, scraped and resurfaced, Maxwell creates works with paint, texture and text that invite viewers to look beyond the surface.
Seeking to deconstruct the myth of what is “ideal” by using her passion of vintage materials, modern fashion and pop-icons, she brings an empowered perspective that is both playful and thought provoking. The work itself is perfected and polished on the surface, but much like ourselves, as you ascend a more complex story unfolds.
This exhibition includes her newest exploration of cut-aluminum sculptures in addition to collaged panels with resin.
Recently selected to be included in the 30th anniversary edition of “Who’s Who in American Art”, Jane Maxwell’s work is exhibited at major galleries throughout the United States and acquired by collectors from around the world. Her work has been featured in numerous newspaper and magazine articles and in several books on mixed media and collage. She has been a college guest lecturer on the topic of body image and art. Jane Maxwell is from Boston, Massachusetts.

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